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Several friends and family to Jason and Kerrilee D’Avolio took the stand this morning in Jason’s murder trial to testify about what the couple was like in person — as well as Jason’s … more
Repair work is now underway for a water main break on West Thomas Street, according to the city water department. Around 6 a.m. a main reportedly broke in the vicinity of the 900 block of West Thomas … more
The Professional and Business Women of Rome have honored Michele Salisbury, CFO and director of finance, contracts and diversity as well as board secretary of NYSTEC, with its Yellow Rose of … more
The city of Rome will begin its bulk leaf collection program on Monday, Nov. 2, the Department of Public Works has announced. The weekly green waste collection of containerized green waste, leaves … more
There is no general property tax increase in the proposed $44.9 million 2021 Rome city budget presented by Mayor Jacqueline Izzo at a Wednesday night special common council meeting. The plan does … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College will host a memorial service in honor of alumna Jasmine Finch, 20, of Rome, a 2020 graduate who was killed on May 22 after being struck by a car.  The … more
Despite a fast-approaching deadline of 5:30 p.m. tonight, city officials were still working on crafting their plan this morning and not releasing any details regarding the upcoming spending proposal … more
A special meeting of the Rome Common Council will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, for councilors to receive the mayor’s proposed 2021 city budget. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and … more
About 72% of Rome school district students whose families responded to a district survey plan to resume in-person instruction while 28% intend to continue learning fully remotely, according to the … more
Jury selection began today in the murder trial of Rome man Jason P. D’Avolio, accused of shooting his wife Kerrilee in their Belmont Street home and throwing her body in a dumpster. The trial is … more
First Presbyterian Church’s Rummage Sale and Country Fair originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17 has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. The Rummage Sale and Country Fair has been … more
The Rome Branch of the NAACP will host a face mask and hand sanitizer giveaway, a general membership meeting as well as a Freedom Fund virtual event this month. On Monday, Oct. 19, members from the … more
Racial diversity in the City of Rome came to the forefront of discussion during Wednesday nights common council meeting. During the public comment portion of the meeting, a few residents expressed … more
While COVID-19 concerns have scuttled this year’s annual walk to fight hunger in the community, it hasn’t stopped organizers from finding creative ways to help feed those in need in the … more
Ron Barry, of Rome, has been elected commander of the Rome Veterans of Foreign Wars post for a fourth consecutive term, according to an announcement by the VFW. Barry is a Vietnam veteran who served … more
Halloween safety in the Copper City has been outlined in a joint statement issued this week by Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo and Police Chief Kevin C. Beach. The good news for sundry witches, … more
The Rome chapter of the Catholic Daughters of America will participate in a fundraiser through Boscov’s store in the Sangertown Square mall in New Hartford. When customers make any purchases at … more
Winter snow removal and street signage are among agenda items to be considered at an upcoming Rome Common Council meeting. A measure on the agenda for the 7 p.m. Wednesday Common Council meeting … more
The Henry P. Smith Post, 325 Erie Blvd. W., will hold a takeout chicken barbecue fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 17. The event will begin at noon and run until food is gone. The meal includes a … more
The Rome Rotary Club is continuing its efforts to raise funds and awareness to fight polio with an event planned to coincide with International End Polio Day later this month. To mark this event the … more
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